JOHN ‘Chippie’ Chipman JOHN “Chippie” Chipman, the iconic Bahamian entertainer, died yesterday at 90, his family said. Progressive Liberal Party…
The Bahamas: Entertainment
A cultural icon whose musical kaleidoscope of musical fusion lit the stage of entertainment stage in the Bahamas and around the world for more than 60 years has passed.
Months of planning, participants of the 2nd annual Air & Kite Show took to the skies for a unique cultural spectacle. The multi-day event which was included in last year’s carnival events, has now become a sta
The 25th Annual Kelly’s Bride of the Year competition celebrated love and gracious living with a lavish luncheon and $15,000 in prizes for their Brides of the Month for 2016 and many former Brides of the Year attending.
U.S.-based Bahamian artist Omar Richardson returns to the University of The Bahamas (UB) in January to exhibit a selection of works from his 2011 series ‘Renewal.’
As a special introductory offer, FLOW to Go will be offered free for thirty days to all BTC customers with a mobile data subscription.
Every Bahamian knows the name Ronnie Butler. Dubbed “the godfather of Bahamian music,” his calypso rhythms and satirical lyrics have been woven into the country’s cultural tapestry for more than fifty years.
In the beauty pageant world, an unspoken competition begins before contestants ever hit the stage.
Cultural Legacy, a local group committed to promoting the legacy of Bahamian performers, will be honouring Peanuts Taylor and John “Chippie” Chipman at Dundas Centre on Friday, May 13th and Saturday, May 14th.